The National Collaborative for the Study of University Engagement invites renowned speakers to address issues related to the theory and practice of outreach and engagement, with a particular focus on community-based participatory research.
There is no charge for attending these presentations. Sessions are free and open to the public, faculty, and students.
Robert Sternberg, Ph.D.
World View Lecture Series
(November 16, 2011)
Lily Asquith, Ph.D.
ATLAS: The Greatest Show on Earth
(October 12, 2011)
David Cooper, Ph.D.
Issues of 'Engaged Scholarship' in South Africa, with particular reference to university-civil society research relationships
(May 5, 2010)
Arts and Community in the Age of Obama
(April 7, 2010)
Alan I. Leshner, Ph.D.
Balancing the Science-Society Relationship
(March 22, 2010)
William S. Davidson II, Ph.D. and Stephen B. Fawcett, Ph.D.
MSU Adolescent Diversion Project and Building Healthy Communities
(November 18, 2009)
- Speaker bios and abstracts
- Video of the discussion (Stephen B. Fawcett)
- Video of the discussion (William S. Davidson II)
Nancy Franklin, Ed.D. and Timothy V. Franklin, Ph.D.
Engagement Through a Regional Looking Glass
(November 14, 2008)
Dwight E. Giles, Jr., Ph.D.
Forty Years in the Academy: Service-Learning's Pioneers, Programs, and Promise
(April 1, 2008)
S. Anne Becker, Ph.D.
Designing for Older Adult Users of Web, Mobile, and Handheld Technologies
(November 8, 2007)
Paul Spicer, Ph.D.
Community-Based Participatory Research on American Indian and Alaska Native Health
(April 19, 2007)
Kelly Ward, Ph.D. and Tami Moore, Ph.D. Candidate
Faculty at Work as Teachers, Scholars and Community Members: The Practice of Engaged Scholarship
(March 20, 2007)
Jeff Grabill, Ph.D.
Information Technology and Community-Based User Research
(November 14, 2006)
Sarena Seifer, M.D.
Achieving the Promise of Authentic Community-Academic Partnerships: Taking our Work to the Next Level
(September 19, 2006)
Julie Ellison, Ph.D.
Between Hope and Critique
(April 27, 2006)
Theodore R. Alter, Ph.D. and Scott J. Peters, Ph.D.
Changing the Conversation about Higher Education's Public Mission and Work
(April 14, 2006)
Patricia Brantingham, Ph.D. and Paul Brantingham, Ph.D.
Crime in the Urban Environment: Implications for Research, Policy, and Practice
(March 23, 2005)